The Miami Hurricanes got their first look at their renovated home on Sunday.
The Dolphins will have to wait a few more days to see the new-look Hard Rock Stadium as the dry-run practice scheduled for Monday afternoon was canceled because of weather.
The team will instead practice indoors in Davie.
The Dolphins offered 2,000 tickets at $10 (with monies going to the team’s charitable foundation) for the workout.
According to the team’s ticket distribution site, all tickets were snapped up. The team said they will issue refunds for Monday’s canceled practice.
The stadium will now open for business Thursday as the Dolphins play their final exhibition game of the preseason against the Tennessee Titans.
The recently renamed Hard Rock Stadium has undergone a $500 million renovation with the lower bowl gutted and replaced last summer and a shade canopy and four new HD video boards added to the upper deck this summer.
The Hurricanes, who visited the stadium after practicing in Davie on Sunday, play their first game at Hard Rock on Saturday at 6 p.m. against Florida A&M.